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Indoor Voices

A colleague and I, both of us academic librarians, have a podcast where we interview our Library and non-Library colleagues about their work. So far, we've covered everything from technology to open access to midwifery to stand-up comedy.
posted by puckupdate on Dec 3, 2017 - 0 comments

General Intellect Unit

A podcast examining the intersection of Technology, Politics and Philosophy, from an unapologetically Socialist perspective.
posted by shanek on Nov 16, 2017 - 0 comments

The Bake Canadian Take Off

It's a podcast! Richard Platel (me) and Liz Walker discuss this week's episode of the Canadian edition of Bake Off, The Great Canadian Baking Show.
posted by Capn on Nov 7, 2017 - 2 comments

WAFFLES! A weekly radio show/podcast on varying themes

A different theme each week! MeFite Kitteh and I co-host a Saturday-morning radio show at CFRC in Kingston, Ontario, and for over three years we've picked a weekly theme and explored it through music, in every style imaginable. I've been pushing the archives to podcast (legally, under a SOCAN 22F tariff) for a while now. Subscribe on Apple Podcasts, Stitcher or Google Play (search for Waffles Radio)! The site also archives a summer radio fill-in/podcast on video game music and composers, Virtualosos, which ultimately wasn't sustainable.
posted by Shepherd on Nov 2, 2017 - 3 comments

The Wildest West

A podcast and blog looking at the good, the bad, and the WTF of western movies, country songs, and that sort of thing. [more inside]
posted by maxsparber on Jul 5, 2017 - 0 comments

Jerk in Progress - a daily sobriety/accountability podcast

100 days in, I think this is "real" enough to share now -- starting on January 1, I thought I'd reinforce my good intentions with a daily podcast about sobriety, exercise, diet and generally trying to do better. Each daily podcast is at or under 3 minutes, including a 10-second "check-in" at the end. [more inside]
posted by Shepherd on Apr 11, 2017 - 2 comments

We [might] fix you

We Will Fix You is a semi-serious/semi-surreal/broadly dreadful advice podcast brought to you by the same team of idiots who talk about comics over at ConSequential. [more inside]
posted by terretu on Mar 15, 2017 - 1 comment

A Story-Driven Philosophy Podcast

Hi-Phi Nation is the first story-driven, narrative podcast on contemporary philosophy. Every week we begin with compelling stories of ordinary and extraordinary human experiences, and transform them into an examination of philosophical ideas. We profile stories from war, crime, politics, religion, public health and policy, science, and history that raise philosophical questions, and we answer them with the help of contemporary academic philosophers. The aim of the show is to bring fans of the best narrative, story-driven podcasts like Invisibilia, Radiolab, 99% Invisible, and This American Life into philosophy. We're halfway through the first season, so subscribe and binge now!
posted by HiPhiNation on Mar 10, 2017 - 2 comments

NonProphets: A Superforecasting Podcast

This is a podcast featuring my husband and two colleagues, all of whom were chosen as superforecasters in the Good Judgment Project based on their performance in the tournament (previously discussed on the blue here). [more inside]
posted by non sum qualis eram on Jan 17, 2017 - 1 comment

Harpy Hour - a podcast about women in craft beer & spirits!

Hi there! So I started the podcast in June 2016 but wanted to wait until I had a decent amount of episodes before posting it here on Projects. In late autumn, my partner and I traveled to Asheville/Charlotte/Charleston/Savannah/Atlanta for a run of interviews that I am now finishing up in post-production. [more inside]
posted by Kitteh on Jan 4, 2017 - 6 comments

Two Asians talk about all of this shit.

Race Invaders is a podcast hosted by myself and my friend Tim Yang, in which we discuss social justice, politics, culture, and probably more geek shit than is necessary, but we like it. [more inside]
posted by Errant on Jan 4, 2017 - 10 comments

Hamsterdam: A Podcast About The Wire

Listen to two guys talk about the Wire every two weeks. We often get off on tangents, most interesting, some not.
posted by reenum on Dec 28, 2016 - 0 comments

The Expansecast: A podcast recapping the TV show The Expanse

I and 3 friends, each with a different value of nerd cred, start recapping SyFy's TV series The Expanse. We are looking at each episode and talking about some of the background in the books that didn't make it into the show, looking at how human politics and society has changed (and stayed the same) as we colonize the solar system, and take apart the important details like what happened to that rat we see on the Canterbury in Episode 1. [more inside]
posted by gofargogo on Nov 13, 2016 - 0 comments

A Story of Us: Monkeys and Pastoralists

Professor Mark Moritz and I had a conversation about our research on Cameroonian pastoralists and Diana monkeys in Cote d'Ivoire. [more inside]
posted by ChuraChura on Oct 8, 2016 - 0 comments

Safe for Democracy Podcast

Safe for Democracy is a site and a podcast dedicated to shining a little light on the darker spots in the history of US foreign policy. It's got a blog here, a show page here, and an RSS feed here. You can also follow on iTunes. The first episode is about the coup in Guatemala. [more inside]
posted by TheProfessor on Jun 20, 2016 - 5 comments

99% Invisible Site Redesign

As major podcast and design nerds, my developer partner, seldomfun, and I were super excited to work with the wonderful podcast 99% Invisible on their recent website redesign. Talk about a dream project! How did this thang get made you ask? We also just posted a detailed post on our site on the process.
posted by Uncle Glendinning on Jun 1, 2016 - 4 comments

Steve Read's Stories

I'm doing a podcast where I do fully (er, mostly) produced re-tellings of classic folk tales, fairy tales, historic letters and short stories. It has been a blast so far, and I would love for you to take a listen. I'm also always open to suggestions on things to read.
posted by socalsamba on May 5, 2016 - 1 comment

You Matter, Episode 1: Greg Erskine

MeFi's beloved Gregnog was kind enough to be the first guest for my new podcast. The whole pretense is this: I've spent 20 years in public radio, listening to people being interviewed only because they had a new book or movie or TV show coming out that week. I love Terry Gross, but her bosses would never schedule a butcher or a puppeteer or a single mom, unless there was some financial reason to do so. So that's the point of this podcast - I am going to interview "ordinary" people, to underscore the fact that there is no such thing as an ordinary person. (Here is the full manifesto behind it.) Thanks to gregnog for being a great first guest. I have six more in the can, and I have solved the audio issues that plague this first one.
posted by jbickers on Apr 23, 2016 - 12 comments

Greater Boston: an audio drama podcast

My husband and I play the music for this speculative fiction audio drama, in collaboration with a crew of local writers and voices. The story is set in Boston and on the T, but involves an assortment of highly fictional plot arcs (cryptozoology, secession of the Red Line to form an independent municipality, etc). Given the T setting, the idea was to have the soundtrack music sound like buskers such as you'd encounter at the T stops. This is your chance to hear "Charlie on the MTA" performed on Irish concertina.
posted by aimedwander on Mar 22, 2016 - 0 comments

The Optical — VFX and Movie Tech Podcast

The Optical is a podcast revisiting the history of VFX films and technology, often through the lens of Cinefex magazine. In late 2013, I started a blog to go with an idea that I had for a podcast, to (re)read all of the print issues of Cinefex magazine in my collection, and revisit older VFX movies from the heyday of practical effects. The podcast started in January 2014, and so far, we've released 24 episodes. During that time, I've had the pleasure of interviewing great minds like Douglas Trumbull, Harrison Ellenshaw and John Van Vliet, and Howie Weed. I'm kinda proud that we've made it this far.
posted by mboszko on Feb 26, 2016 - 0 comments

Experimental Brewing The Podcast

Denny Conn and Drew Beechum, two homebrewers with too much time on their hands, tackle a variety of subjects about brewing, the beer world, homebrewing and sloppy citizen science. It's light hearted, has a ukulele, shades of Car Talk and is all about the wackiness of beer science and the science of beer wackiness
posted by drewbage1847 on Dec 9, 2015 - 4 comments

The Bench Warmers Podcast

A Podcast about the misadventures and victories of a life in the sciences. As told and lived by Graduate Students. We mimic the format of This American Life (more or less) to chronicle the crazy stories and hijinks of current and former graduate students via interviews. This month's episode (there are four out so far) asks "What Would You Do For Your Data". [more inside]
posted by Archibald Edmund Binns on Nov 2, 2015 - 1 comment

The Black Tapes Podcast transcriptions

A site containing episode transcriptions of The Black Tapes Podcast. [more inside]
posted by moons in june on Oct 30, 2015 - 3 comments

Beyond the Stacks: Innovative Careers in Library and Information Science

Beyond the Stacks is an interview podcast in which librarians, archivists, and information science professionals talk about the coolest experiences of their careers, and how they got there. [more inside]
posted by One Second Before Awakening on Oct 1, 2015 - 2 comments

Trekabout: A Star Trek Podcast

A persuasive Trekkie somehow convinces a franchise virgin to go on a seven-year-mission to watch every episode of every Star Trek series. Can someone fall in love with The Original Series 50 years later? Is Dr. Pulaski a better character than Dr. Crusher? What's the deal with Wesley and Geordi, anyway? And best of all, there are 158 episodes already released, so you've got plenty of thought-provoking commentary for your Original Series or Next Generation watch (or rewatch!) [more inside]
posted by Automocar on Sep 9, 2015 - 3 comments

Live standup/storytelling: 'New Yorkers Scream At Each Other When They're Being Nice.'

I told this story at The Moth's 'Grand SLAM' in Brooklyn a while back about the time that I was just trying to take the subway home and eat an entire container of Ben and Jerry's ice cream when my groceries spilled all over the train and I got in a screaming match with a really nice lady. [more inside]
posted by chinese_fashion on Aug 20, 2015 - 3 comments

Super Action Bros: Action Movie Podcast

My pal Ian and I discuss a different action movie every week. We talk about action movie tropes, montages, action scenes, and generally look at the structure and conventions of American action films. [more inside]
posted by sleeping bear on May 26, 2015 - 0 comments

The Pocket Radio Theater Presents: The Bootleggers

It is March 1921. After the U.S. Congress passes the Eighteenth Amendment to the Constitution, the sale and import of alcoholic beverages becomes a FELONY. The amendment does nothing to slack the thirst of a nation in the grips of the excesses of the JAZZ AGE, however, and an entire generation of CRIMINALS, LOW-LIFES, CHARLATANS, and RAKEHELLS rises to meet the challenge of supplying that thirst. THE BOOTLEGGERS follows two ROCHESTER rumrunners as they smuggle booze across Lake Ontario in an old sailboat while avoiding the LAW, the GANGSTERS, the WOMEN’S CHRISTIAN TEMPERANCE UNION, and the occasional GREAT LAKE SQUALL. [more inside]
posted by Archibald Edmund Binns on Apr 22, 2015 - 1 comment

ConSequential Podcast

It's a podcast about comics! Specifically, some lit nerds doing close reading/analysis of comics, with strong leanings towards the indie/diverse rather than what is new from Marvel/DC (though we cover a bit of that too). New podcasts roughly twice a month. [more inside]
posted by terretu on Apr 13, 2015 - 1 comment

A podcast about grief

New podcast about grief and loss from the NPO where I work. Conversational in tone, aimed at helping those grieving a death, and those supporting the grievers, with a particular emphasis on helping kids.
posted by Slacker Manager on Mar 4, 2015 - 0 comments

Console Obscura - a retro gaming culture and history podcast

Console Obscura is a podcast dedicated to video games and the people who play them. Ephemera, nostalgia, absurdity, history, culture, arcana and trivia are all fair game. If you remember what a new power pad smelled like, or Ganon's laugh sounds like, OR If none of that rings a bell but you enjoy a group of funny children of the 80s talking trash, this podcast is for you. Game on!
posted by stenseng on Mar 1, 2015 - 2 comments

Podcast Recommendations and Reviews

My podcast review website! The goal of the website is to help connect people to podcasts. [more inside]
posted by Tevin on Jan 13, 2015 - 4 comments

The People Podcast

Short interviews (6-9 minutes) with interesting people you probably don't know about.
posted by dziga on Nov 14, 2014 - 1 comment

The Painful Threshold

The Painful Threshold is a brand new podcast based on the UK-style panel show format, where all the questions asked to the panel are determined by the audience submitting questions to the show's Tumblr, Twitter or Facebook page. Episode one has just been posted (at the main link), and the panel features Kittysneezes contributor Jenny Byfield, Seattle comedian Nick Decktor and KEXP DJ Troy Nelson (also of the excellent band The Young Evils).
posted by Rev. Syung Myung Me on Oct 5, 2014 - 1 comment

Ignoranti

Website and podcast where the hosts confess their ignorance in a range of topics and ask intelligent people to explain things to them. [more inside]
posted by MrMustard on Jun 13, 2014 - 2 comments

Regret Labs science podcast

Did you study hard in science class? Neither did comics Aric and Levi. Regret Labs is their attempt to make up for lost time. In each episode they attempt to explain a scientific concept and then invite a guest expert to join them and tell them how very wrong they are. [more inside]
posted by a47danger on Jun 2, 2014 - 2 comments

MetaFilter Radio iOS app

Put Metafilter Music in your pocket! With MetaFilter Radio for iOS, you can listen to songs posted to Metafilter Music, hear episodes of the Metafilter Podcast, and retrieve and play your playlists, all from your iPhone or iPod touch. Requires iOS 7 or higher. [more inside]
posted by scottandrew on May 15, 2014 - 0 comments

The Takedown Notice : Music Podcast

Hi! The Takedown Notice is a podcast where five former-college roommates get together to talk about music. [more inside]
posted by Tevin on May 7, 2014 - 0 comments

Not a Real Job - business podcast

My friend Joel and I host a weekly podcast called Not a Real Job, where we discuss online marketing for small businesses and entrepreneurs. It's roughly 20–30 minutes a week, so it's perfect for your commute. It's funny, a bit goofy, and (hopefully) useful. [more inside]
posted by cvp on Apr 7, 2014 - 0 comments

Another Podcast Starring Two White Guys

The Bad Memory Podcast (I know, the name is terrible) is a show where two dudes who live in New Jersey sit down and talk about whatever is on our mind. I know, it sounds terrible, but it's actually pretty funny. [more inside]
posted by runcibleshaw on Jan 27, 2014 - 0 comments

LAMPSHADE Mix Podcast

Music from two guys: a dad and a doctoral student, former roommates and radio co-hosts who like to think they know something about music. Known aliases: Melodic Expectation, Ramona Quimby Age 8, Prestige Format, Shrill Cosby, Moon Cities, Scholastics. You can subscribe on RSS or in the iTunes. [more inside]
posted by sleeping bear on Nov 29, 2013 - 0 comments

Horace Rumpole on "You're The Expert"

You're The Expert is a live show and podcast that makes academic research fun and accessible through comedy. I appeared on a special episode taped at the Boston Book Festival in my capacity as a rare book and manuscript librarian at Harvard's Houghton Library. Also available from Stitcher or as a direct mp3 link.
posted by Horace Rumpole on Oct 29, 2013 - 2 comments

The Sometime Seminar Podcast

DaDaDaDave and I have a podcast of quasi-academic critical discussion, in which we talk at length about literature and sometimes other media. We're keeping a special eye on contemporary culture, but we'll also talk about stuff from the 18th and 19th and 20th centuries, in fiction whether highbrow or genre, poetry, and (largely Continental) philosophy. And we've taken occasional excursions into film and other media, from Dwarf Fortress to Django Unchained to MOOCs. We're trying for an eclectic mix of high and low culture, veering from difficult poetry to Game of Thrones and back again. [more inside]
posted by RogerB on Oct 18, 2013 - 6 comments

The Crapshoot Podcast, with cortex and churl

Do you enjoy amiable bullshitting? How convenient! Me and churl enjoy bullshitting amiably, and we're doing just that for about an hour every week on The Crapshoot, our brand new podcast. We'll be bringing on interesting local PDX people (and out-of-towners when we can snag them while they're in Portland) and talking about everything and nothing. Our first episode features local comedian and mefite Mark msalt Saltveit, with whom we chatter about palindromes and taoism and football and a bunch of other things.
posted by cortex on Oct 10, 2013 - 8 comments

You Can't Eat The Sunshine, Esotouric's podcast celebrating Los Angeles lore

Esotouric turns the notion of guided bus tours on its ear with excursions like Charles Bukowski's Los Angeles and Pasadena Confidential. Now you don't have to get on the bus to get the skinny. Each week on the You Can't Eat The Sunshine podcast, join Kim Cooper and Richard Schave on their Southern California adventures, as they visit with fascinating characters for wide-ranging interviews that reveal the myths, contradictions, inspirations and passions of the place. There’s never been a city quite like Los Angeles. Tune in if you’d like to find out why. [more inside]
posted by Scram on May 12, 2013 - 0 comments

We Have Such Films To Show You

So griphus was all "omg there's nine Hellraiser movies?" and I was like "I know, let's do a podcast about 'em!" and that's the story of We Have Such Films To Show You, our new podcast miniseries where we tackle every film in the increasingly-troubled Hellraiser franchise in loving, rambling detail. The first episode is now up; the podcast feed is here. [more inside]
posted by cortex on Apr 15, 2013 - 30 comments

Cat Context Podcast (video games)

Cat Context is "smart talk about PC games" served every other week by two women and one feller, all three in our mid-30s and full of sass. The most recent episode is about violence and video games, including modern challenges for parents, the quality of non-combat games, and the ESRB. [more inside]
posted by jess on Jan 23, 2013 - 0 comments

Record your answers to silly questions about clones.

I've put seven questions together on the topic of clones. There is a tool on the website that lets you record your own answers to these questions. The answers will be edited into the first episode of the Machine Court Podcast, an audio program with sketch comedy and interviews related to technology and ethics. [more inside]
posted by ErikH2000 on Jan 11, 2013 - 0 comments

Jodycast

A freeform podcast that's influenced by WFMU/Henry Rollins/John Peel/John Schaefer and often celebrates "new music," the avant-garde, and underheard and/or underappreciated sounds from around the world.
posted by mirepoix on Jan 11, 2013 - 2 comments

GIFbites

GIFbites is a regular podcast and tumblr on/about/for animated GIFs. Each episode lasts no more than 15 seconds. [more inside]
posted by 0bvious on Dec 31, 2012 - 4 comments

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